After all, EA did not reject Nintendo Switch.
As part of its revenue requirements for the fourth quarter of 2020 and the entire fiscal year 2020, EA The company has an overall view of the overall plan for fiscal year 2021, which began in April and ended in March 2021.
The publisher confirmed that it will support Nintendo Switch to provide "multiple" games in FY2021. It all started with "Burnout Paradise Remastered", which will be released on the Switch this summer. In the same period, we can also look forward to the multi-platform release of FIFA 21, Madden 21, NHL 21 and four unannounced sports games-possibly four sports games for basketball games.
All sports games this year will also appear on PS5 and Xbox Series X, and EA promises to further show how they will utilize the advanced hardware of each console in the coming months.
Of course, fiscal year 2021 will see the Medal of Honor exclusively issued by VR Oculus developed by Respawn: Beyond. From now until the end of March next year, in addition to sports and VR, there is only one new first-party EA game.
EA did not suggest what might happen, but it may be related to the leaked "Star Wars: Project Maverick", which is an experimental game of EA Motive.
For partner games, EA stated that we will see four new projects this year. EA partner games are small, independently developed games by the studio, such as Unravel, A Way Out, etc. On mobile devices, two new games will be soft-started this fiscal year.
EA plans to do it in fiscal year 2021 (a bright year for the company). To make up for this, EA will focus on live services for its various games, including EA Sports Games and Apex Legends.